iOS & Swift: Become An App Developer
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iOS & Swift: Become An App Developer

Beginner's Guide to Learn iOS, Swift, ARKit, CoreML, App Design, Advanced Programming and Much More
4.4 (1,181 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
6,754 students enrolled
Last updated 11/2018
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This course includes
  • 90 hours on-demand video
  • 146 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Submit iOS apps to the Apple App Store
  • Understand the basic concepts of programming
  • Apply for JR iOS developer jobs
  • Work fluently with Swift and iOS
  • Work as an iOS freelancer
  • Master Swift from basics to advanced
  • Learn mobile app design with Sketch
  • Build ARKit & CoreML apps
Course content
Expand all 428 lectures 90:06:06
+ Intro to Programming & Swift 4 Basics
12 lectures 03:03:29
Strings in Swift 4
15:22
Numbers in Swift 4
19:53
Booleans & conditional logic in Swift 4
20:57
Constants & logical operators in Swift 4
10:27
Arrays in Swift 4
13:06
Loops in Swift 4
18:59
Dictionaries in Swift 4
18:44
Object oriented programming in Swift 4
12:00
Inheritance in Swift 4
08:19
Polymorphism in Swift 4
08:22
Optionals in Swift 4
20:32
Swift 4 Quiz
5 questions
+ Git & Version Control
9 lectures 01:27:32
Terminal Basics: Changing directories
06:07
Terminal Basics: Creating directories & files
08:57
Terminal Basics: Copying & renaming files
04:30
Terminal Basics: Deleting files & directories
06:01
Git Basics
17:16
Setting up Github
04:36
Working with Local & remote repositories
11:14
Handling git merge conflicts
16:52
+ Swoosh App: Intro to Interface Builder & Auto Layout in Xcode 10
10 lectures 02:34:47
Creating the welcome screen
25:18
Working with frames
16:05
Intro to Auto Layout
26:41
Working with UIStackView
26:38
Intro to segues (Changing screens in iOS)
09:39
Refactoring in Xcode
09:39
Debugging setValue forUndefinedKey
03:45
Programmatic segues
09:01
IBActions & data models
16:16
Passing data between view controllers
11:45
+ Profile App: Digging Deeper With Auto Layout
2 lectures 42:27
Auto Layout for iPhones
22:28
Auto Layout for iPads & size classes
19:59
+ Window Shopper App: Your First Fully Functional iOS 12 App
5 lectures 01:14:57
Creating custom text fields
17:42
Input accessory view and IBDesignable
15:06
Creating simple unit tests
16:37
Writing logic for calculations
13:06
Custom drawing in iOS 12 with drawRect
12:26
+ Coder Swag App: Tables & Data in iOS 12
5 lectures 01:42:03
Project creation & IBOutlets
22:32
UITableView, delegate, and data source
33:16
Creating a UICollectionView
12:34
Creating the data models
13:39
Working with UITableViewCell
20:02
+ Intro to Model View Controller
8 lectures 49:02
Creating the Xcode project
03:27
Managing groups (folders) for MVC
05:32
Creating data models
06:57
Creating the views
08:37
Connecting the views and data with view controllers
11:58
Securing the model layer
04:25
Challenge
01:50
+ XYZ & Listy App: Working with iOS Accelerometer
11 lectures 59:00
XYZ: Creating project
05:29
XYZ: CoreMotion & CMMotionManager explained
03:25
XYZ: Receiving accelerometer updates
07:35
XYZ: Handling accelerometer data
09:47
Listy: Intro to app
01:29
Listy: Building UI
06:33
Listy: Creating ParallaxCell Subclass
06:24
Listy: Configuring ImageArray & Populating UITableView
08:11
Listy: Writing parallax function to apply to UIImageView
06:57
Listy: Accelerometer challenge
01:04
+ Splitter App: Working With UISplitViewController
6 lectures 53:56
Splitter: Creating Project & Dummy Data
11:11
Splitter: Setting Up MasterVC
06:57
Splitter: Building ImagePresentationVC
09:26
Splitter: Passing Images To ImagePresentationVC
19:37
Splitter: Challenge
03:54
Requirements
  • Requires a computer running macOS Sierra or Mojave
Description

Welcome to the world's most comprehensive course on iOS development. This course is designed like an in-person coding bootcamp to give you the most amount of content and help with the least amount of cost.

NO PRIOR CODING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

OVER 88 HOURS OF CONTENT

Here are some of the things you'll be able to do after taking this course:

  • Submit apps to the app store

  • Understand programming & basic algorithms

  • Work fluently with Swift & iOS

  • Apply to jr iOS development jobs

  • Work as an iOS contractor

Who this course is for:

  • People who want to build apps

  • Those who want to create their own startup

  • Those looking to get a full time job as a developer

  • Business owners

  • Students & teenagers

  • People who want to make money building apps

If you are absolutely new to programming you should start at the beginning of the course and go to the end.

I've designed this course to take you down a guided learning path. Lectures are not broken out by specific topics. You build apps and then learn a ton of principles within those apps. So don't skip around!

If you already know Swift then you can skip the Swift section since the changes in Swift between iOS 11 and 12 are minor

If you've never programmed before, make sure you DO take the Swift lessons. We'll teach you core foundational principles so you can build complex apps.

Don't forget to join the free live community where you can post questions to coding issues

Here are a few things you'll learn:

  • Swift

  • Xcode

  • Interface Builder

  • Firebase & Cloud Firestore

  • Build a Slack Clone

  • Maps & GPS

  • Core Data

  • ARKit & Augmented Reality

  • CoreML & Machine Learning

  • Tables & Data

  • APIs, HTTP, and Networking

  • App Design

  • Storyboards & Segues

  • SiriKit

  • ReplayKit

  • And a lot more...

NEW ADVANCED TOPICS

After you master the foundational iOS and Swift principles you will want to start taking the advanced sections.

The advanced topics are designed to take your skills to the highest level so you can land your first job.

Some of the advanced topics are:

  • Mastering protocols & delegates

  • Diving deep into Swift extensions

  • Swift data structures

  • Protocol oriented programming

  • Reactive programming in Swift

  • Unit Testing

  • UI Testing

  • And more


SOME OF OUR REVIEWS

"Great course so far. Definitely better than codecademy, teamtreehouse and freecodecamp" - Luke


"When you're a beginner deciding that you want to learn to code, it is by far not easy by any means. I have purchased books from iBooks about Swift and while some were better than others, it just doesn't sink in for me like watching this course. The way Mark explains things and his analogies are easy to understand and his teaching style has me genuinely excited about learning to code." - Jay


"amazing course and teachers!

awesome actual stuff here! this course prepares you for real life, and help you to get hired as professional developer. I watched this course and i got development job." - Vladimir


"I am a 15 year old developer who struggled to find comprehensive tutorials online which I could follow without getting confused because there was prior knowledge I did not know. You start from the ground up making this course useful for anyone including beginners and experienced programmers which has boosted my confidence as I know that i have built some complicated apps which shows me that I am capable of building large projects. Thanks :) " - Roel



Who this course is for:
  • People new to programming
  • Existing programmers who want to learn iOS
  • Anyone who wants to build iOS apps
  • Anyone who wants to get a job as an iOS developer
  • Students and teenagers
  • Business owners and startups